October 28, 2019
Thanks for your response. I'm trying to detach from the China drama, but the most fascinating thing to me is people, our thoughts and their power, our dynamics and conflicts that are so revealing, and what guarantees our doom as a race: our moral deficiency as a whole, which is what will ultimately completely destroy us. Most point to climate change (environmental abuse is the key sin) as what ensures our end, but the lack of spiritual concept in the masses is the true origin of our doom as a race; it's an invisible, abstract thing that will finish us off; the unbalance in Nature is just a symptom of our dearth of spirituality (Virtues of Love, Honesty etc. which cannot be taught). If we don't love, respect and treasure the whole of Nature as we love ourselves, we're doomed -- Nature/God will quite impersonally figuratively murder us all.
The opposite of Love is intolerance, and from authoritarianism -- which is really many minds abnegating their personal, individual responsibility to be a source of morality and moral leadership, and exchanging their 'souls' for the implicitly evil control of a few people who demand confirmity, and who reject the individuality of thinkers who question all things as people who do not support their need to control and direct people like a mass of slaves to accomplish their material and "brainwashing to ensure loyalty" ends. The authoritarian regime is the paradigm of soullessness and lovelessness; a paradigm of degeneration and death first spiritual, then physical.
The inevitable consequence of a totalitarian regime is genocide of the minorities who don't fit the barbaric dream of the dictator. The CCP's ongoing destruction of the Uygur's culture, language and religion is a form of genocide without the mass murder. Such a business, that the CCP justifies and is undoubtedly proud of, is evil that will, along with a number of other enormous loveless moral disasters, ensure the end of the CCP sooner rather than later.
LATEST STORM IN A CRACKED TEACUP --
The U.S. and China are like two street whores who despise each other but are afraid they won't survive unless they stand on the same corner and work as a duo of supermercenaries.
"China fired back at Vice President Mike Pence’s criticism on human rights, calling his speech “lies” and chiding him for ignoring U.S. problems like racism and wealth disparity**.
Pence on Thursday gave a long-anticipated speech in which he criticized China’s actions against protesters in Hong Kong while calling for greater engagement between the world’s two biggest economies. He said the U.S. stands with demonstrators in Hong Kong and accused Beijing of curtailing the rights and liberties of the city’s residents".
**China's hypocrisy is showing in that racism and wealth disparity are also it's own problems.
Charles Barkley damned Mike Pence on Pence's criticism of CCP human rights abuses.
Tough and merciless Winnie the Xi said any attempts to cause division in China "will end in crushed bodies and shattered bones".
Is big, tough and mean Winnie going to take a stand on his "principles" -- fuelled by his and the whole of China's indignation that China's abuses are mentioned by the U.S. -- and cancel trade talks with the U.S.?
My, the soap opera suspense is gripping. But if the two whores are classic money grubbers, they'll probably continue with trade talks.
And if they do, this will prove that Winnie is afraid if she doesn't stand on the same corner with Donald she's going to lose out financially. I sense Donald, a gambler and criminal always testing the limits, is playing with Winnie the bone crusher, who being what he is cannot be the brightest bulb in the shed.
Two things will be confirmed if the "if-then" construct above applies:
1) China's fear will be showing; and
2) Those, individuals or countries, whose association is based solely on money and the fear of losing it, are WEAK and hell bound as sure as the sun comes up every day.
I do like a drama, and am always curious whether the weak are capable of showing even a glimmer of morality.